2012 Play-Action, Offense - Mike Ridley
Below is the play-action data from 2012 for all teams, in descending order starting with the teams that used the most play-action. The columns in green represent performance with play-action on actual passes only, with sacks, scrambles, and intentional grounding removed.
2012 Play-Action, Defense - Mike Ridley
Just as was the case between 2010 and 2011, there is no correlation between performance against play-action for 2011 and 2012. After a year-to-year correlation of -.06 for 2010-2011, the DVOA for pass defense against play-action had a correlation of -.03 for 2011-2012. Does this mean that running these numbers is completely meaningless? Honestly, we're not sure. There was correlation with defense against play-action between 2009 and 2010, with a correlation coefficient of .28.
The NFL's top scouts – Part I - Greg Gabriel
Kevin was the Midwest-area scout this past season for the Jets. Before that he spent a number of years with the Indianapolis Colts. Kevin is a Chicago native who before he got into scouting was the head coach at St. Viator’s in the tough Chicago Suburban Catholic League. Like the other guys on this list, Kevin is a tireless worker. He is the type who is the first scout in the film room and the last one to leave. He barely says a word; he just grinds away and gets his work done.
Chargers Set to Welcome Fans to Training Camp - Ricky Henne
The training camp opener will mark the first of 10 opportunities for Chargers fans to see a cast of fan favorites and newcomers, including Pro Bowlers Philip Rivers, Antonio Gates and Eric Weddle, along with the exciting crop of new faces like tackle D.J. Fluker, linebacker Manti Te’o, wide receiver Keenan Allen, linebacker Dwight Freeney and running back Danny Woodhead.